Dust Collection Solutions for Vocational Schools
Activities such as welding, cutting, grinding and sanding of metal or wood produce toxic substances, which pose a great health risk. In addition to the health risk wood dust and specific metal dusts present potential fire or explosion risks. Designing dust collection systems for wood and metal dusts requires the knowledge NFPA standards specifically written for wood dust, metal dust and explosion protection.
Clean Air Company designes code complaint wood dust collection systems for vocational schools. They require the implementation of spark detection and fire suppression systems to eliminate potential ignition sources. Abort gates and isolation gates prevent explosions from re-entering the building should they occur and are required by code. Metal shops typically work with steel and mostly do welding. The risk of explosion is not a concern but the prevention of fire is. Spark removal is important to protect the filter media from catching fire. Metal dust collection systems will use spark traps and fire
retardent media to prevent fires in the dust collector.
- Wood working
- Wood dust
- Metal dust
- Grinding dust
- Welding fume
Vocational School Filtration and Ventilation System Benefits
- Increase students’ attendance rates
- Reduce employee absenteeism due to sickness
- Increase facility safety
- Improve machine reliability
- Protection of workers’ health
- Minimize potential long-term liability
- Comply with OSHA regulations
- Reduce maintenance costs
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Dust Collection Systems
Our technicians are certified by OSHA and highly trained to install your ventilation systems fast and efficiently. Our specialists can make a visit to your vocational school, conduct a free survey, and then evaluate the school’s needs for dust collection and air cleaning systems. Our solutions are aimed at protecting the health of your employees and students, and we help you save on facility maintenance and energy costs in the process.